Wednesday, August 21, 2013

1870 Galicia and Lodomeria: Jewish Hospitals

The following information is based upon data from the Polish language publication, "1870 Directory: Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria, Duchy of the Krakow Region".

THE JEWISH HOSPITAL OF:

Bolechowo:
Founded by the local Jewish community in 1845 to treat Jewish poor men and women. Operated by the Jewish Kahal.

Brody:
Founded in 1932 by Judla Nathansohna to maintain and nurture the poor. A donation  was made by  Majera Kallira from Brody.

Drohobycz:
Founded in 1860. Directors (?) Dr. Selig Lauierbach, Dr. Adolf Reiss (medical doctor)

Kolomyia:
Founded in 1869 as a branch of the local public hospital.

Krakow:
Kazmierz Jewish Hospital. Names associated with the hospital: Administrator: Salomon Deiches,  Doctors: Mohr Michal, Jozef Oettinger, Michal Kaufmann; hospital board: Jonatan Bienenfeld

Przemysl:
Founded in 1842.  The board: Naftal David,  Dawid Knoller and Leib  Schwarzthal (managers), Dr. Henryk Halpern (controller)

Rzeszow:
Founded by the community of Rzeszow in 1824. Names associated with the hospital: Rotter Hermann, Grunstein Eliasz, Drucker Kellmann

Stanislaw:

Founded in 1845. Director: Izaak Landy

Tarnopil:
Founded by the Jewish community to treat Jews; operated by the religious community.

Zabaraj:
Founded by Szaje Munza in 1836.